Student Apartments in Oklahoma city .

Student Apartments in Oklahoma city .

Are you a student in one of the many colleges around the place you like and looking to settle in an apartment? You need not worry. There are many apartments in apartment finder Oklahoma City that fit a student’s budget. Depending on what you want in your apartment you will be able to get good offers that will not make you strain much. Furnished apartments are a no go for students as they are quite expensive unless you are willing to pay high rents.

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Bombing Plot in Oklahoma City Is Thwarted With Arrest, F.B.I. Says

Jerry Drake Varnell in an undated photograph. A 23-year-old Oklahoma man has been arrested after he tried to blow up a bank in downtown Oklahoma City using a vehicle bomb similar to the one that destroyed the federal building there in 1995, federal officials said Monday. The man, Jerry Drake Varnell, had been plotting the attack for months, the authorities said, but was thwarted by a long-running undercover investigation led by an F.B.I. joint terrorism task force. Mr. Varnell was arrested early Saturday after he parked a van loaded with what he believed to be a working explosive device in an alley next to the bank, and then dialed a… Read More

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Oklahoma City-based Continental Resources posts $64 million loss, increases production

Continental Resources headquarters in downtown Oklahoma City, Wednesday, August 5, 2015. Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman Continental Resources Inc. on Tuesday reported a second-quarter loss of $63.6 million even as it boosted production and raised its guidance for the year. The Oklahoma City-based oil and natural gas company lowered its drilling budget because of lower-than-expected commodity prices, but executives said production still will increase. "Continental remained disciplined and strategic with its capital spending during the quarter," CEO Harold Hamm said in a statement Tuesday. "The results have been exceptional, raising our production guidance for 2017 and lowering our guidance for operating costs." Continental executives said they now plan to… Read More

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High-end living coming to Film Row near downtown Oklahoma City

The proposed Left Frame Lofts in Film Row will feature panoramic views of the downtown skyline. [Rendering by ba.sis Design] Upscale living is coming to heart of Film Row with plans advancing for a four-story, six-unit apartment building on the site of a decades-old former grocery that was destroyed by storms last May. Homebuilder and concrete company owner Justin Schovanec plans to start construction on Left Frame Lofts in September with completion by summer 2018. The design by architect Clint Newsome calls for 10 parking spots on the first floor topped by three stories of two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,400-square-foot apartments. The building will be topped with a 2,000-square-foot rooftop patio. The… Read More

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Oklahoma City Thunder Boiler Room Discussion

Seth Davis: [Narrating] I’m plagued by “what ifs?”these days, what if Greg hadn’t come over that night, what if I hadn’t forgot my bag? or seen Michael walk into the other building that day? what if i had skipped over Harry’s card? what are the chances? what are the odds? – Boiler Room If you are like me, you probably read that last quote in your best Giovanni Ribisi voice. As he states in the hit movie Boiler Room. Yes, I definitely used the term hit loosely, as if to say, if you haven’t seen it, do yourself a favor and go watch it, you won’t be disappointed, and if… Read More

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Proposed Convention Hotel Deal Biggest in Oklahoma City History

The future convention center and proposed Omni hotel will overlook Scissortail Park, which is now under construction. [Image provided] Gary Brooks thinks he is facing a complicated financing structure for redeveloping First National Center into a hotel, housing, retail and parking. True, it’s a big deal with a price-tag of $230 million and involves a mix of tax credits and tax increment financing. But Brooks can take comfort in knowing his deal isn’t nearly as complicated and politically charged as what’s set to be debated Tuesday by the Oklahoma City Council members as they consider a financing agreement for a $235.5 million Omni convention hotel. The two projects both draw… Read More

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My Guide to Oklahoma City

Howdy, y’all! Welcome to my guide to Oklahoma City. It’s chock-full of my favorite places to hang, eat, sleep, and shop. A little bit of backstory for you – I recently moved back to OKC (where I was born and raised) after spending 20 years moving around the Midwest and West Coast. The last 12 years were spent in Laguna Beach (psst – I have a visitor’s guide to Laguna too!) and Newport Beach, during which I got married, had two children, and pretty much never thought I would leave. Well, we did move. And I’m not going to lie – it was a bit of a transition moving from… Read More

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Where You Ought to Go When You Visit Oklahoma City This Year

Of all of the places you can visit in the state of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City should be at the top of your list. It is a location that may not be very popular for summer vacations, but there are many things there that people don’t know about. You can actually bring your kids there and they will have a good time. Oklahoma is simply not a vacation spot according to most. However, after reading this you will see that you want to visit the state, specifically Oklahoma City for your next vacation. What Can You Do When You Get To Oklahoma City? Much of the city is based upon a… Read More

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Will Paul George Be Able to Fit in with Russell Westbrook in Oklahoma City? | Undisputed

We’re sorry, but your browser does not support this video. Please install Adobe Flash version 10 or later. FOXSports Duration: 03:34 1 hr ago Skip Bayless discusses whether or not Paul George will be able to play with Russell Westbrook – and even if he can, if it was a smart trade. LeBron James is reportedly not recruiting for Cleveland – what does it mean? |… Will Paul George be able to fit in with Russell Westbrook in Oklahoma City? |… Chris Paul trade will make the Houston Rockets worse, not better says Skip… FOXSports 1:17 FOXSports 2:20 FOXSports 1:19 FOXSports 2:03 FOXSports 0:26 FOXSports 2:33 FOXSports 2:48 FOXSports 0:24… Read More

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Vote: What’s Your Grade for the Thunder’s Draft?

With draft night in the rearview mirror, here’s your chance to evaluate the pick the Oklahoma City Thunder made Thursday (Terrance Ferguson at No. 21). In his draft report card for every team, ESPN Insider Chad Ford explained why he isn’t a fan of Oklahoma City’s selection. Are you? For more coverage of the draft and a recap of all of the picks, check out our Draftcast. Source Article

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Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Believes Time with Oklahoma City Will Allow Ross Stripling to ‘Reset’

Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports The Los Angeles Dodgers continued with their roster shuffling on Friday by optioning Ross Stripling to Triple-A Oklahoma City and recalling Josh Ravin from the organization’s top affiliate. It marked Ravin’s second time joining the Dodgers this season. It was also a first for Stripling in his joining Oklahoma City. He spent time with them last season as a means of limiting workload in a first full season back from Tommy John surgery. Stripling had been with the Dodgers since Opening Day. While he reported to Spring Training as a starting pitcher, the right-hander was placed in the bullpen to serve as a long reliever.… Read More

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